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Guyanese horror story at Barbados airport

KAIETEUR NEWS:- In the wake of recent allegations by a Jamaican of mistreatment at the hands of immigration officers while detained at Barbados’ Grantley Adams Airport, a pregnant Guyanese has...
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FBI to set up office in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept 9, CMC – The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) are to set up offices...
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Caribbean Airlines Bans Use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on all Flights

Trinidad Express: Regional carrier Caribbean Airlines has enforced a ban with immediate effect on the in-flight use and charging of the defective Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone on its...

Barbados: No Shanique Myrie repeat, assures PM

BARBADOS TODAY:- Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has promised that two recent reported incidents involving Jamaican travellers to Barbados will be fully investigated, but he is already insisting that that there...
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Trinidad Teen One of Two People Killed at J’Ouvert in New York

Caribbean 360: NEW YORK, United States, Wednesday September 7, 2016 – One of the two young people fatally shot during Monday’s J’Ouvert parade was a 17-year-old Trinidadian, Tyreke Borel. And...

Claims of injustice, racism as UK deports 42 Jamaicans

JAMAICA OBSERVER:- Despite a protest staged outside the Jamaican High Commission in London Tuesday, the British Government deported 42 Jamaicans amid claims that they were tricked and that the expulsions...
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Canadian travelers demanding more diversity from Caribbean Destinations

Canadian travelers are demanding more diversity and greater options, and Caribbean destinations must offer a diverse product if they are to remain attractive, president of Air Canada Leisure Group,...
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Guyana: Police under fire for soliciting money from public

Guyana Police have come under fire from Acting Police Commissioner, David Ramnarine, who has threatened to expel traffic and anti-crime patrol members who solicit money from the public or...

Barbados: No charges in case of tied up children

Barbados police have said that joint investigations conducted with the Child Care Board have revealed that there was no abuse or neglect of children who were tied with strips...

Brathwaite eyeing Pakistan series

LAUDERHILL, Florida,  – West Indies Twenty20 captain Carlos Brathwaite says the regional squad is anxious to take its winning momentum into the series against Pakistan starting September 23 in...